Marella Explorer Inaugural Call to Gibraltar

Marella Explorer inaugural call to Gibraltar

Bluefin Tuna Open Season: Temporary Suspension.

Bluefin Tuna Open Season: Temporary Suspension.

Safety At Sea Booklet 2018

Safety at Sea
With the summer season fast approaching, the Port Authority would like to remind the general public and especially recreational users that there is a speed limit of 5 knots for all vessels in the inner harbour. Any vessel which exceeds this may be liable to prosecution under the Port Act. More generally, particular care should also be taken by speed boat and jet ski users when navigating in the vicinity of other vessels or swimmers in the busy waters off the Gibraltar coastline.

New dolphin protection zone declared as tuna season opens

New dolphin protection zone declared as tuna season opens

Gibraltar Delegation Attends Posidonia in Greece

Gibraltar Delegation Attends Posidonia in Greece

GIBRALTAR PORT AUTHORITY JOINS THE INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR PORTS AND HARBOURS (IAPH)

GIBRALTAR PORT AUTHORITY JOINS THE INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR PORTS AND HARBOURS (IAPH)
The Gibraltar Port Authority has recently joined the International Association for Ports and Harbours (IAPH) which is a body that promotes the interest of ports worldwide through strong member relationships, collaboration and information-sharing that help resolve common issues, advance sustainable practices and continually improve how ports serve the maritime industries.

New Port Handbook 2018

GIBRALTAR PORT AUTHORITY UPDATES IT PORT HANDBOOK
The Gibraltar Port Authority has recently refreshed its Port Handbook and the new version 2018-2020 is now available in both hard copy and also on the Port website at www.gibraltarport.com . The new version includes a number of first-rate articles from various entities with an interest in the Port of Gibraltar and also offers a unique insight into port operations in the Bay of Gibraltar.

Carnival Horizon Pays its Inaugural Visit to Gibraltar

Carnival Horizon Pays its Inaugural Visit to Gibraltar

The second Vista-class cruise ship, Carnival Horizon, made its inaugural visit to Gibraltar on Satur-day 12th May. The ship was built by Italian shipbuilders, Fincantieri, for Carnival Cruise Line, a divi-sion of Carnival Corporation. It entered service in March 2018 and has a gross tonnage of 133,500 tonnes, a length of 321 metres, and capacity for 3960 passengers and 1450 crew.

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